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WOOD: DELTA | PORTER-CABLE: Tablesaw
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Watch two videos demonstrating how to set up and use a dovetail jig and how to get the most benefit out of your router table.
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Let a bushing be your guide Let a bushing be your guide
Install a guide bushing in your router's base opening, and use it to follow an edge guide or template for pattern-perfect parts. Learn more about the PORTER CABLE template set.
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the upsides of a plunge base the upsides of a plunge base
Replace the fixed base on your PORTER-CABLE 891 or 892 with a plunge version to add the ability to start and stop a cut where you choose.
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router table=greater control router table=greater control
Mounting a router upside-down in a table gives you greater command of the workpiece and cutting action, especially on pieces too small to safely rout with a handheld router.
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exact-width dado jig exact-width dado jig
Here's a jig for routing bookcase or cabinet side dadoes that exactly match the thickness of your shelf stock.
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painless dovetails made by machine painless dovetails made by machine
Expand your joinery repertoire with variable spaced though and half-blind dovetails, single-pass half blind dovetails and the ability to cut sliding tapered dovetails, box and miniature joints with the accessories available for the PORTER-CABLE 77240 OMNIJIG Joinery System.
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add-'em-as-you-go bit storage add-'em-as-you-go bit storage
This modular router-bit storage system fits in any drawer and easily grows to meet your expanding bit collection.
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free flush-trimming fence free flush-trimming fence
When building furniture using plywood, project builder Chuck Hedlund has to do a lot of flush trimming on the solid-wood edging to dress up the plywood panels. To do that, he needed a foolproof way to get the job done. A handheld router with a flush-trim bit works, but it's easy to accidentally tip the router and gouge the edging and plywood. Chuck solved the problem with this table-mounted fence.
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buy the right router buy the right router
From towering to tiny, the multitude of choices in routers can make your head spin. We cut through the hype to help you pick the right machine for the way you work.
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dovetail bits dovetail bits
For centuries, the hand-cut dovetail joint has stood as a testament to the quality of the case, box, or drawer that beheld it.
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keep the miter in line with a spline keep the miter in line with a spline
Here's a handy method for beefing up long, mitered joints in jewelry boxes and the like. You can make slots for hidden splines with a straight bit, two stopblocks, and a simple support block.
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6 must have router bits 6 must have router bits
Sure you can buy a bajalion-bit set, but chances are these half-dozen cutters will do 90 percent of the routing work in your workshop.
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6 must have router bits 6 must have router bits
Designed and built for use in the WOOD magazine shop, the router table's fence adjusts in a flash and locks into T-slotted mini-tracks with the quick twist of two kn obs. It’s easily portable, weighing only 36 pounds (without router), and you can grip the the tabletop edges for comfortable carrying.
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